These nine skillets & fry pans deserve a spot in your kitchen cabinet.
The classic skillet is still the best when it comes to cooking great food. The cast iron skillet has an enamel coating and can be used for just about anything, including stir-frying, sauteing, searing and more. Cleaning is a snap, and it’s tough enough to easily last a decade.
Stainless steel is arguably the best fry pan as it looks great even while off-stove. As an added bonus, it’s highly radiant and tends to keep temperatures relatively hot. The product contains lightweight titanium to prevent corrosion, discoloration, and scorching.
Craft delicate and beautiful crepes with ease with this handy cookware. It keeps a low profile and has curved sides so you can flip or make crepes and pancakes without a sweat. The ergonomically shaped handle is a nice touch.
Le Creuset’s signature skillet has all the features you’d want in a dependable skillet. Enameled cast iron keeps a steady heat while being very easy to clean. Your cookware won’t chip, crack or stain even when you use it every day. It’s also one of the lightest in the market and yet can handle temperatures up to 500 degrees F.
The Toughened Nonstick Pro Saute Pan will become an indispensable part of your kitchen, with triple reinforcements and a textured interior for better searing and browning. What’s impressive is that you can wipe out the grease and leftover material once you’re done cooking, or pop it into the dishwasher for effortless cleaning.
Versatile cookware if there ever was one, the Rondeau Pan can simmer and braise, as well as saute or sear, depending on your menu. The shape is ideal for a variety of cooking setups, and it’s large enough for stews and soups. Titanium-infused stainless steel gives it that edge over the competition.
Instantly upgrade your existing cookware to higher quality pans with the premium Pro 5-Piece Set. The bundle contains a half-quart saute pan, a 2-quart saucepan, a frying pan, and two covers.